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Rock festival (Blondie, Tuff Darts, Talking Heads). 44 of Making Tracks and a 2-concert online bootleg audio recording from vivalesbootlegs. (gig flyer) Test pressings of "Blondie" were made for Private Stock Records at the Specialty records Corporation plant in Oliphant, PA. Set 1: Money Go Love; Poet's Problem/Little Girl Lies; Rifle Range; Bermuda Triangle Blues; Euphony; Contact In Red Square; I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear; Rip Her To Shreds; Kung Fu Girl; In The Sun; X Offender. Mickey Rose (Editor of Cheap Thrills) - Poetry Reading; 12.
Setlist (documented from information at vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.com): Little Girl Lies; In The Flesh; Moonlight Drive; Charlotte the Harlot; Platinum Blonde; Man Overboard; Thin Line; Heat Wave; Attack of the Giant Ants. Setlist: Heat Wave; Man Overboard; Little Girl Lies; A Girl Should Know Better; I Cover the Waterfront; Femme Fatale (Velvet Underground cover); Lullaby (early version of Just Go Away); Attack of the Giant Ants. Set 2: Fan Mail; Poet's Problem; You Look Good In Blue; Euphony; Contact In Red Square; Moonlight Drive; A Shark In Jet's Clothing; I'm Always Touched By Your Presence Dear; band intros; X Offender. The Lester Bangs Conspiracy, very loose jam with Jay Dee Daugherty (PSG), Fred Smith (Television), Andy Shernoff (Dictators), Chris Stein, Clem Burke, Jimmy Destri (Blondie), Legs Mc Neil (PUNK). / Free 'N' Easy Hemel or 175p at door (i.a.) Membership 25p.
(ad listing) Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Savage Voodoo Nuns (misspelled in the Village Voice ad). This gig flyer exists at a site for the Screamers for this set of gigs that started on the 31st of Oct. His band, Knickers, which (before Blondie) included Jimmy Destri on keyboards, opened for The Fast at the same venue a week later.
A small ad exists for this gig, published in the Village Voice June 6, 1974 pg 75, and in the private collection of Billy O'Connor.
In his interview with Rhythm magazine, Clem said that Club 82 was a transvestite/lesbian bar located at East 4th Street and 2nd Avenue in NYC.
Chris Stein stated "I still maintain that boburn is spelled like that, yeah we all knew it was bob and ernie all along". Recently the son of one of the owners wrote to slightly correct this account. In her book "BLONDIE, Unseen 1976-1980" (and the earlier French version), Roberta Bayley published two photographs of Debbie and Chris in front of it.
In the photos on page 96, the window is decoratively painted with the lettering "BEAUBERN CAFE" and "42 WEST 28 STREET" and the awning text ("BAR & RESTAURANT") is reflected in the window.
The exact date for this gig has not been established, it might be for the upcoming weekend. An ad, published in the Village Voice, Vol XX No.14 pg. This gig was very likely canceled due to the sudden departure of bassist Fred Smith, who announced this between sets the previous night. (weekly column) Fan letter dated 17 Jan 76 (postmarked the next day), which was sent to "Blondie" c/o Private Stock records, from someone named Susan Springfield who went on to be in "The Erasers", a local band that ran for a few years. 10, 2014, Paul Zone wrote on his Facebook page, "June 26th, 1976 was my debut singing with The Fast on stage at Max's Kansas City, I had just turned 18.